Posts tagged momlife
In Sickness & In Health: 5 Tips for Choosing a Pediatrician

I can’t imagine how I would’ve slept or survived my first year as a mom without my pediatrician and being absolutely in love with her. It’s a way bigger deal than I ever gave it credit for, and if you’re like me, I’m here to help you realize it and make your decision, too. If you haven’t given your child’s doctor much thought, here are some things to consider.

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Mom's Fave Monday: Representation Matters

Though I may not agree with some of what Hollywood stands behind, the push for diversity among the actors movie makers choose to cast and the films they choose to create featuring minorities in starring, heroic roles is one I can definitely get behind.

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A Letter to My Son: On Your First Birthday

When I look at your handsome little face, into those beautiful blue-grey eyes of yours, at least a million things run through my mind. Most often, it’s how did I ever get so lucky. But every once in a while, there’s a keen memory that comes to mind; one I’m not very fond of.

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Head-to-Head: Medela vs. Motif

Chore does not even begin to describe what a pain pumping is! Add to the fact that with all the different types of pumps on the market, you may end up with something that isn’t the best fit for your lifestyle, and you’ve got a real recipe for trouble. 

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The Best Summer Ever!

Everyone is already up in arms about all pumpkin everything, while I'm just over here hanging onto my watermelon and pool floats like it's all good. For one thing, we live in Miami, where there's no such thing as fall and it's in the 90s well into November and December. However, I will admit there's a little denial in the Kool-Aid I'm drinking, on this last day of summer, before we officially usher in fall.

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Breastfeeding FAQs: World Breastfeeding Week!

World Breastfeeding Week is all about informing, supporting, promoting, and protecting mothers and their children on the journey of nursing. My son and I are eight months into breastfeeding, and I can say it is easily one of the most challenging, beautiful, difficult, amazing things I have ever done.

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